Largest anamorphic pavement art
Wilhelmshaven Touristik and Freizeit gmbH
1570.0 square metre(s)
Germany Wilhelmshaven
The largest anamorphic pavement art is 1,570.0 m² (16,899 ft² 69 in²) and was created by Wilhelmshaven Touristik and Freizeit gmbH (Germany), in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, on 4 August 2012. The anamorphic artwork was created at the Wilhelmshaven International Street Art Festival by four artists: Gregor Wosik, Melanie Siegel, Vanessa Hitzfeld and Lydia Hitzfeld. The painting depicted Noah’s Ark, a theme that was chosen in response to the Ancient Mayan prediction of the Apocalypse in 2012.